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It seems incongruous to review a DVD that’s been on general release since 2012. However, Dream Racer has recently been nominated for another slew of...

Issue 191 of The Rider’s Digest is available to download absolutely free in Adobe PDF form from the online shop right here. In this 154-page issue...

More than 700 outdoor types attended the Adventure Travel Film Festival (ATFF) recently at London’s Mill Hill School. The school, whose alumni includes...

Issue 190 of The Rider’s Digest is now available absolutely free in the usual Adobe PDF format from either the online shop right here, or from the...

Royal Enfield has continued with the planned expansion of its footprint in the UK by opening a second exclusive store in London. The store, in Mitcham,...

The editor (me) and Mark The Chef (author of the Honda Collection feature in Issue 187) went to Anglesey Circuit in North Wales for what was ostensibly...

During the summer of 2014, with the Tower of London surrounded by thousands of vivid red ceramic poppies and the nation finding many different ways of...

Summer is here and everybody is out riding, so here are 188 pages of top-quality inspirational motolit via Issue 189 of The Rider’s Digest, available...

Since they burst onto our TV screens almost 10 years ago, The Hairy Bikers have ridden a variety of machines into our living rooms, prepared some very...

When you get a group of motorcyclists together discussing racing heroes, the same names tend to crop up, all richly deserving of the accolades that follow:...

Here we go folks, here’s the brand new Issue 188 of The Rider’s Digest – just in time for that post-winter shakedown and cobweb removal...

This is it! After nearly a year away, the brand new Issue 187 of The Rider’s Digest is now available to download for FREE via the online shop either...

Hard to believe, but circling the world on a motorcycle goes back more than a hundred years. It did not start with Ted Simon, despite what many still believe...

The title of this piece is an affectionate nod to the ‘road’ classic most famously — not to mention most emotively and passionately — delivered...